40 thoughts on “Single Men Battling Pornography: Win a Free Book Bundle

  1. I can’t answer the question because I am entering to win these books not only for my husband, male friends and any others that may need to borrow them, but for our 12 yo son and the other 3 boys (3 to almost 5) – when each book is age appropriate. This is such an important topic and we need all the help we can get…. Blessings!

  2. Three men, actually. My former pastor, Cliff Vines, whom God caused me to trust–the first person I’d trusted in 60 years. Then God put a godly counselor, Rod Campbell, in my life and I made a decision to trust him. He listened to my 60 years of spiritual upchucking, sorted through it, and showed me God’s grace working in my life; and for the first time in my 74 years I understood that God’s grace included me. Then God led me to an excellent church and its pastor, Chipley Thornton. God has been so good in causing me to trust these men in my old age. For the first time in my life I feel like a man. God is long-suffering, kind, and full of all grace. I praise His name.

  3. I’m a single man who is facing the struggles of sexual purity. Taking steps toward a better way! Gods way. Thank god Jesus shed his blood for me

  4. My Pastor Carl McKenzie has helped me greatly in my walk with God. He is a humble man of faith and has helped me greatly identify the lusts of the flesh in my life. He is supportive, loving, and great. I thank Jesus Christ everyday for His church and for giving us a shepherd that cares for His flock.

  5. I am a young man well still a boy in some people’s eyes..I recently have started the journey of breaking my porn addiction…a group ive joined taught me a lot…since the start of the journey my spiritual life and connection with God has grown… But yet I still need guidance to break loose and be the the soon to be adult that was meant to be

  6. There is no other man but my dear pastor who humbly is a very good role model and a great mentor. In the matter of sexual purity i was able to speak to him openly and he lead me like a good and kind shepherd, I owe a lot of what I am to him. Daniel Bara you are a star!

  7. I have two close friends in my life that hold me accountable. They are honest with me and keep me real about my struggle. One of them was my best man at my wedding. The other was the MC at the reception.

  8. My father has been very encouraging as I have battled with pornography addiction. There are many people that I have to lean on, but he has been the most constant in my life.

  9. I would say that there are three men in my life who have helped me to pursue holiness and godliness in my battle. Drew White, Drew Scott, and David Hawkins.

  10. I would have to say my Youth Pastor; he’s listened without judging, and has been able to relate. He shared with me how he got into it, and how he was finally able to beat it. He’s even gone so far as to fast with me; I’m certainly blessed to have an ally such as he!

  11. My best friend from college tyler. lived with him for a couple months after school. he knows everything about me and is always challenging me

  12. The person that has helped me the most is my dad. After going through years of sexual addiction, he has gotten his life changed for the better and has helped me to see the need to change. God is doing a great work through it all.

  13. My brother, my camp boss, camp co-workers, my college ministry leaders, and college roommates. Unfortunately, close bonds are harder to come by for me nowadays after college.

  14. I still haven’t installed Covenant Eyes’ accountability software, since I don’t think I could afford the ongoing costs, and my wife is doing a pretty good job (I wouldn’t know who else to choose?), together with free filter software I found. I really appreciate the relevant material you are providing on your Facebook group, and the chance to read something in much more depth that I could put into practice would really help me get a hold of sexual purity. Thanks!

  15. Oops, I just realised I am supposed to be answering the above question. Yes, men like Jack Sonneman of Ausfamily, and the founding pastors of our Church, Neil Thomas Ministries / InnerLife Christian Church, have certainly been great examples to me. I love reading the testimonies on the Covenant Eyes group, and in related articles. We all inspire each other, do we not? Whether we have had a wonderful born again experience, and sexual purity was something God gifted you with and which is easy for you to maintain, or if it is something you really need to work at a lot more, we have a lot to share with each other.

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